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Killens Pond Water Park

Killens Pond Water Park

Address: 5025 Killens Pond Rd, Felton, DE 19943, United States

Phone: (+1 ) 302-284-4526

Website: https://www.destateparks.com/GoPlay/KillensPondWaterPark

City: Delaware

Country: United States

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PhillipsVision YT PhillipsVision YT
Shared publicly - July, 4
Awesome water park located between Felton and Harrington DE. Strongly advised to order your tickets online in advance. If you try to buy them at the door they will probably be sold out, since there is a maximum capacity. This place has a nice pool with water sprayers. There is a small water slide, as well as four large slides along the back. For the little kids there is a small water park in the back. They also have a nice snack bar and swimsuit store. Definitely a fun place.

Marisol Gonzalez Marisol Gonzalez
Shared publicly - August, 19
The slides are not very comfortable. It hurts your back. You also have to pay to enter the state park plus tickets for the pool. The water at the pool was very salty.

Jon K Jon K
Shared publicly - August, 27
Too many rules! I couldn't go down a water with my simple wedding band on. No toys in the pool not even a little rubber ducky. You have to pay to enter state park and pay for the water park. Totally not worth it

Sandra Sheehan Sandra Sheehan
Shared publicly - July, 4
I always have so much fun here; pools and slides are awesome and lifeguards are nice! The only thing preventing the 5 star rating is the split time prices; we used to be able to go all day but now you'd have to purchase two separate time slots along with the additional charge per ticket when paying on-line. I understand the need for cleanliness just feel as though there could be a discount if you buy two time slots in one day? My 4 hours felt longer than it actually was though so it was still worth it and all in all this is still a great priced water park just don't look at their food stand prices.

Michael Byars Michael Byars
Shared publicly - September, 2
I think it's a great little water park and very reasonable pricing. 4 big slides, a few kids slides and areas spread out, plenty of pool. Surrounded by woods so the setting is just great. I'm not going to slam the park over a single employee, however when the kids were measured we knew 2 of 6 probably were to small for slides, but 3 of the kids heads were touching the bottom of the sign and were told they were to short, they were pretty bummed out, and I thought it was a little strict as how do you actually touch your head on the sign, yet be to short. Either way, it's a great park and I recommend it. We will be back (they have nice cabins here too).

Michele Warch Michele Warch
Shared publicly - August, 12
It was clean and staffed appropriately but the crowds were such that swimming was really impossible. You could splash and play but there were lines. The food was of decent quality and priced more at amusement park rates than what one might expect at a state park. Everyone was friendly and pleasant, including most guests despite the heat.

Tim Trimble Tim Trimble
Shared publicly - August, 3
Great place to get out of the heat. Staff was very helpful and the price is good. Also everything was very clean, I would recommend it to anyone who asks.

Zainab Alghamdi Zainab Alghamdi
Shared publicly - August, 12
It's a great small water park. Good option if you don't want to pay a ton of money for a water park. The slides are fun and the kids area is really nice. My only complaint is that the water was too salty which makes me think it was yucky.

Karen Kiser Karen Kiser
Shared publicly - July, 4
Visited June 15th 2022. Very impressed with Killens Pond water park. You can't beat the price and if you go early on a Wednesday, as you can tell in the photos it's not that crowded! I was VERY impressed with the staff. I saw several life guards going above and beyond. The orange slide seems to throw some people off when they go into the pool and I saw 2 life guards at 2 separate times react very quickly. (Cassie was one of the life guards, was unable to get the other guys name) Also, I saw many life guards that seemed to have to "babysit" some kids. (Constantly telling them not to block the steps to the pool and no running) Remember if go to the water park, respect the water and look after your kids, the life guards are there to help in an emergency, not to babysit your children. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because of the fact you do not get entrance for the entire day. (When you make it a point to get there early it kinda defeats the purpose if you have to leave only to fight a crowd to get back in.) Still well worth the trip and can't beat the cost!

Julia Stymacks Julia Stymacks
Shared publicly - August, 3
My grandkids had a blast!! They LOVED the slides and the lilypad thing a lot too!! I only wish there was a bit deeper water for us grownups 😉 but we had a great day. Even the concessions were tasty and ample. Also..the entire place was nice and clean! Very nice first visit!!

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